Mr Matthew Moore

About

After 38 years in the NHS, I have decided to make the leap into education. My specialisms were adult Cardiothoracic and Critical Care Nursing. I am excited to join the Nursing Associate programme and look forward to contributing to the development of these exciting new healthcare workers.

Academic responsibilities

Senior Lecturer-Nursing Associates

Qualifications

  • PGCHSCE
  • PgDip Nursing
  • RN
  • ENB 249
  • ENB 998

Teaching and learning

Senior Lecturer Nursing Associate programme

Undergraduate courses taught

Research

Recently employed as a Senior Lecturer on the Nursing Associate programme. Intention is to undertake research into the development of Simulation programmes.

Publications

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Number of items: 3.

Article

Nielsen, Niklas, Wetterslev, Jørn, Cronberg, Tobias, Erlinge, David, Gasche, Yvan, Hassager, Christian, Horn, Janneke, Hovdenes, Jan, Kjaergaard, Jesper, Kuiper, Michael, Pellis, Tommaso, Stammet, Pascal, Wanscher, Michael, Wise, Matt P, Aneman, Anders, Al-Subaie, Nawaf, Boesgaard, Søren, Bro-Jeppesen, John, Brunetti, Iole, Bugge, Jan Frederik, Hingston, Christopher D, Juffermans, Nicole P, Koopmans, Matty, Køber, Lars, Langørgen, Jorund, Lilja, Gisela, Møller, Jacob Eifer, Rundgren, Malin, Rylander, Christian, Smid, Ondrej, Werer, Christophe, Winkel, Per, Friberg, Hans, TTM Trial Investigators, ..., Moore, Matthew and ... (2013) Targeted temperature management at 33°C versus 36°C after cardiac arrest. The New England Journal of Medicine, 369(23), pp. 2197-2206. ISSN (print) 0028-4793

Soppa, Gopal, Woodford, Claudia, Yates, Martin, Shetty, Riyan, Moore, Matthew, Valencia, Oswaldo, Fletcher, Nick and Jahangiri, Marjan (2013) Functional status and survival after prolonged intensive care unit stay following cardiac surgery. Interactive Cardiovascular and Thoracic Surgery, 16(6), pp. 750-754. ISSN (online) 1569-9285

Monograph

Scholes, Julie, Moore, Matthew and Bental, Eleanor [Illustrator] (1997) Making a difference: the way in which the nurse interacts with the critical care environment and uses herself as a therapeutic tool. (Discussion Paper) Brighton, U.K. : University of Brighton, Centre for Nursing & Midwifery Research. (ITU NDU occasional paper series, no. 2) ISBN 9781871966794

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Professional practice, knowledge exchange and impact

Experienced Adult Cardiothoracic and Critical Care Nurse

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